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This unique Camargue pilgrimage is a fitting tribute to France's most singular region

Summary by National Geographic
Every year, the Provençal town of Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer hosts a pilgrimage like no other, drawing Romani people from across Europe to the wetlands and open horizons of the Camargue. The festivities are a fitting tribute to one of France’s most singular regions, famed for its white horses and cowboys.
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